Long-distance mountain bike races are a fun challenge. Here's what you need to know to tackle anything from a 10-hour race to a 100-mile course.
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Ever wish you could ride all day? Find some friends and sign up for a 24-hour event. Here's a primer on competing in day-long racing.
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Your first race shoud actually be against yourself and against the course says six-time national champion Ned Overend. That and other advice for that first race.